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CA: Plan to Cut Slow Bus to SF, Add Express Trips
July 28--Would you sit on a public bus for three hours between Santa Rosa and San Francisco? Golden Gate Transit bus riders are increasingly saying "no."
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Muni gets red carpet treatment on Market
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will start painting red transit-only lanes Friday night on Market Street between Fifth and 12th streets to let drivers know that the lane is for Muni use only.
S.F. designer Jonathan Rachman blends artifacts, modern items
San Francisco, which famously measures just 7 by 7 miles, is a patchwork quilt of sorts - a city where every neighborhood is a unique square, with its own pattern and vibe.
Ukiah Blog Live
Todd Walton: Heaven and Hell
On their way to a matinee of the San Francisco Ballet, Roger and Susan must stand for the entire journey in a crowded subway car.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
High society's love affair with hair
George and Charlotte Shultz never have a bad hair day: Charlotte sports her classic, elegant coiffure, while George stays minimal.
The Jewish News Weekly
Brunch, beer, botany and more as TorahFlora comes to town
A "tour of Torah and Jewish history through food and drink" will be held at Congregation Beth Israel Judea in San Francisco on Aug. 10. Starting at 10:30 a.m., the "Biblical Botany Brunch" will be led by ethnobotanist Jon Greenberg, founder of TorahFlora.org, who is returning to the Bay Area next month for several events.
Sonia Gertrude Green
Sonia G. Green, age 99, entered into rest on July 15, 2014. Born in Chicago, IL, "Sunny" was the eldest of six children born to Stanley H. Green and Stella Kraske Green.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Flywheel taxi app adds advance booking for airport trips
Taxi companies scored a new weapon in their battle against the ride companies like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar, which have siphoned their business.
TSA Precheck Screening Now Available at SFO
Travelers who want to move more quickly through airport security can now enroll in TSA Precheck at a new enrollment center at San Francisco International Airport, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
The News Tribune
Relish these pickled goodies
If you're looking to punch up your plate, reach for a relish. We're not talking limp bits of oversweet pickles from a jar but rather the zippy, tangy, pungent and otherwise palate-rocking flavors of freshly made, bold, ethnic relishes such as Korean kimchee, Indian chutney and German sauerkraut.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Carol Schultz passes away
Carol Beth Schultz passed away peacefully in her home in Martinez, California on June 3, 2014, with her sister Marla Rescino and her husband Bob Rescino by her side.
A guide to paella on the grill - a summer specialty
Paella by Eduardo Balaguer of Venga Paella as seen at the San Francisco Chronicle office in San Francisco, Calif.
Vail Daily News
Take a taco-tasting tour of Eagle County
One of the most beloved imports from south of the border, the taco, is essentially a simple dish: take a tortilla and fill it.
The Grant County Beat
Tige Fire Burning in Blue Range Wilderness
A lightning strike from recent thunderstorms is the cause of the Tige Fire in Catron County near the New Mexico and Arizona state line.
DoubleTree by Hilton Opens New Property in San Francisco's East Bay
With Convenient Access to Tri-Valley and Bay Area Attractions, Newly-Renovated DoubleTree by Hilton Pleasanton at the Club Offers Small-Town Charms with Big-City Connections Hilton Worldwide and DoubleTree by Hilton today announced the opening of DoubleTree by Hilton Pleasanton at the Club , following a comprehensive multi-million dollar ... (more)
Mon Jul 21, 2014
The Right's Strange New Hero: Gavin Newsom
You may remember that straight San Francisco mayor with the perfect hair and square jaw who stood athwart history yelling, "Yes!" to gay marriage.
Inside Bay Area
Political Blotter: Assemblyman working on election recount reform bill
This is a sampling from Bay Area News Group's Political Blotter blog. Read more and post comments at www.ibabuzz.com/politics .
Sat Jul 19, 2014
The Miami Herald
San Francisco with the kids
When visiting San Francisco," the variety of activities and dining options can be overwhelmingh.
San Mateo Daily Journal
Stores closing to make way for development: Centennial Village...
With the closure of a Safeway at the corner of El Camino Real and South Spruce Avenue to make way for the new mixed-use shopping, housing and office development, it's full speed ahead for the new South San Francisco shopping center.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Live the Good Life at the Four Seasons Punta Mita in Mexico
If there's one thing I know for sure, it's that living the good life is the best way to keep up with the Joneses.